Redmond Tourism & Travel Guide

10 Days
Washington - The Evergreen State

Unplanned, exploratory, Solo, self-driving Adventure in an unknown land.Washington State is known...


Thirsty Hop
13102 NE 70th Place, Corner of 132nd Avenue NE & Old Redmond Road, Kirkland, W
Marymoor Park
6046 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA 9805
Mac & Jack's Brewery
17825 Northeast 65th St, Redmond, WA 9805
Forgeron Cellars Tasting Room - Woodinville
14344 Woodinville-Redmond Rd, Redmond, WA 9805
Salt Lounge
16451 NE 74th St, Redmond, WA 9805
Bellevue Municipal Golf Course
5450 140th St Northeast, Bellevue, WA 9800

Ah, Portland. No, not Portland, Maine, but Portland, Oregon. This city is the most civil I’ve ever lived in in the United States, though some complain it has changed somewhat with the influx of the not-so-civil Californians :) Still, Portland is a well-run city, a mini version of Seattle. Portland is also neighborhoods with shops and cafes. Coffee fuels this town (as it does Seattle). And microbreweries. The city has a thriving nightlife, and a healthy rotation of monthly happenings. During the Rose Festival the city is even more alive. Have a stroll along Waterfront Park, or take a drive to Multnomah Falls for a nice hike. The city blends urban and nature well, with the largest urban forest in the United States, Forrest Park. I love Portland. I spent nearly 10 years living there and will always consider it my second hometown. On clear days, stare at Mount Hood. Everyone does.
Most known for its winter season, Whistler has a vast array of summer activities to participate in along with a quaint ski town atmosphere. We’ll travel the Sea to Sky Highway with magnificent views and the possibility to see whales and bald eagles. Whether you want to mountain bike, ride ATVs, or ride Peak to Peak on the Gondola, Whistler is a must-do city.

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